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  1. William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place; William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place, 17th January 1770.

    65. (M.) William Harrison was indicted for stealing a silver candlestick, value 4 l. the property of John Hillman , Esq ; in the dwelling house of the said John , Dec. 22 . || William Knibbs . I am servant to Mr. Hillman, who lives in Craven street, in the...
  2. William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place; William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place, 17th January 1770.

    65. (M.) William Harrison was indicted for stealing a silver candlestick, value 4 l. the property of John Hillman , Esq ; in the dwelling house of the said John , Dec. 22 . || William Knibbs . I am servant to Mr. Hillman, who lives in Craven street, in the...
  3. John Gew, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Marshall, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 25th April 1770.

    232, 233. (M. 2 d.) John Gew and John Marshall were indicted for making an assault on Leonard Tresillian on the King's high way, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, and stealing from his person, a six and nine penny piece, and nine shillin...
  4. John Read, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 30th May 1770.

    401. (M.) John Read , otherwise David Miller, otherwise John Miller , was indicted for returning from transportation before the expiration of his time , May 14 . * The evidences were examined apart, at the request of the prisoner. The record of his trial a...
  5. John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary, 30th May 1770.

    367, 368. (M.) John Underwood and William Wharton were indicted, together with Henry Tudor , (not in custody) for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Ayre , on the 9th of December , about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a red leat...
  6. John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary, 30th May 1770.

    367, 368. (M.) John Underwood and William Wharton were indicted, together with Henry Tudor , (not in custody) for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Ayre , on the 9th of December , about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a red leat...
  7. John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary, 30th May 1770.

    367, 368. (M.) John Underwood and William Wharton were indicted, together with Henry Tudor , (not in custody) for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Ayre , on the 9th of December , about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a red leat...
  8. William Donaldson, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1770.

    451. (L.) William Donaldson , alias Will. the Carpenter , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Right Hon. Thomas Harley , on the 4th of June , between the hours of three and four in the morning, and stealing one pair of silver c...
  9. LUke Cannon, Theft > burglary; John Siday, Theft > burglary; Lazarus Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Jacob Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Michael Glannon, Theft > receiving, 20th February 1771.

    136, 137, 138, 139, 140 (M.) LUke Cannon , John Siday , Lazarus Jacobs , Jacob Jacobs , and Michael Glannon , were indicted: the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Hon . Edward Stratford , on the 12th of January , about the hour ...
  10. LUke Cannon, Theft > burglary; John Siday, Theft > burglary; Lazarus Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Jacob Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Michael Glannon, Theft > receiving, 20th February 1771.

    136, 137, 138, 139, 140 (M.) LUke Cannon , John Siday , Lazarus Jacobs , Jacob Jacobs , and Michael Glannon , were indicted: the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Hon . Edward Stratford , on the 12th of January , about the hour ...

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